Mobile enterprise application adoption is on the rise, jumping 42 percent between the second quarter and third quarter of 2013, according to Good Technology's latest Mobility Index Report.
Enterprise mobility giant Good Technology announced Oct. 7 a new platform it is calling the Shared Services Framework, hoping enhanced functionality through developer collaboration will help the mobile management company stand out in the increasingly crowded space.
Enterprise mobile is moving from a niche tool to a core business platform, observed Kevin Noonan, research director for public sector technology at Ovum.
Mobile device management, or MDM, firm Good Technology unveiled on Tuesday a comprehensive mobile security and management platform aimed at enterprises grappling with BYOD.
Apple's iOS platform accounted for three-quarters of enterprise mobile device activities in the first quarter of 2013, according to mobile device management firm Good Technology's latest Mobility Index report.
Christy Wyatt recently took over as president and chief executive officer of enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology at a time of rapid change in the enterprise mobility space. FierceMobileIT interviewed Wyatt to discuss what she plans to accomplish as head of Good and where she sees the enterprise mobility management market heading.
Apple's iOS devices represented more than three-quarters of mobile device activations in the enterprise market during the fourth quarter of 2012, according to stats compiled by mobile device management firm Good Technology, from its enterprise customers.
Larger enterprises are the most active in adopting and supporting BYOD, among customers surveyed by mobile device management firm Good Technology.
Hoping to capture workers' interest in mobile business apps, mobile device management provider Good Technology has unveiled seven additional third-party mobile enterprise apps.
Good Technology's recent patent infringement lawsuits against competitors MobileIron and AirWatch is an indication that competition is heating up in the mobile device management market, observed Phillip Redman, research vice president for mobile and client computing at Gartner.